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Mr. Dickson then closed the meeting with his tradition remarks in the form of a benediction for racial heretics.
Mr. Dickson explained that like the Greek monster Procrustes, the ideology of equality that governs America requires that we all be equal, even if it takes violence to make us equal.
Race realists, he added, do not have an ideology; we draw lessons from science and nature.
Mr. Dickson quoted the late Murray Rothbard, who noted that liberals think they are secular people but are “in the mania of a religious excitement the likes of which we have never seen.” They have a fiendish energy for misunderstanding the world.
The story of America is not the history of an idea; it is the history of a real people with a real history. In fact, some of the “freedoms” we now enjoy–for men to marry each other or for women to fight in foxholes–dissolve the ancient bonds of society and reduce us to atoms. Man is a social animal, and society is made of human relations, not abstract ideas like “freedom.”
The theme would be: Escaping the ideology of “freedom.” The growth of a people should be seen as the correct paradigm for the interpretation of America.
We do not hope merely to survive, Mr. Dickson explains, but to carry our civilization to unheralded heights. We should never be discouraged because we have the truth on our side; we need never lie in the service of our cause. It is sufficient that we speak the truth. The forces of Procrustes have damaged our country but they have not destroyed it. Today, says Mr. Dickson, we are planting seeds. They are germinating below the surface and will bloom – perhaps when we least expect them.
Mr. Dickson is an attorney who has been a advocate for our people since his college days. He has addressed every American Renaissance conference.
April 17–19, 2015, near Nashville, Tennessee
Race is a myth. Diversity is our strength. All races are equal. Whites have privilege. IQ can’t be measured. America needs immigrants. How many other delusions and outright lies can you think of that we’re not supposed to question?
We are united in our commitment to Western Civilization and to the World Brotherhood of Europeans that holds our civilization in trust for future generations.
Conferees gathered from April 17–19, 2015, at Montgomery Bell Inn and Conference Center, near Nashville, TN, to discuss these important issues.